I think it's a limiting belief that we'd be bored if things were perfect.
Because if things were perfect, we couldn't be bored or depressed. Because boredom or depression doesn't match with perfection.
We would simply be happier and more relaxed and have stuff to do like social and relationship stuff, learning, hobbies, playing, exploring, activities, discovering etc.
We can have excitement and adventure in healthful, safe ways.
Animals like snails. They don't have any wars going on in their world. So how do they feel? What do they do? They are content and happy and live in a content and happy way. (Well I don't know for sure, but if you can imagine it, it can be)
Is there a thing that peace is not "cool" or "not masculine" or "not exciting" ?? If so, these thoughts & beliefs are possibly limiting goodness for all. All those things can be had in peaceful ways.
If people really do crave a war, with abundance we can have big role playing events LOL. Or invent alternate reality experience technology.
I think maybe the people who are most motivated to help particular issues are the people who have personally experienced it or something similar to it. People who haven't experienced what they went through are lacking in tones of knowledge of that problem that people that experienced naturally have. Maybe such as the knowledge of how bad it is (memory of particular feelings and emotions and low points) and the natural knowledge of what these peoples needs are (from thinking about what would help/would have helped themself).
Last edited by roxyruby; 08-27-2011 at 03:18 AM.